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Steve Kim – Avoid emotional pitfalls to maximize your investments

06-18-2024 11:01 AM

By STEVE KIM

Let us get the elephant out of the room – money is emotional.How can it not be, when it provides for your children’s education, memorable vacations and so much more? It is only natural to worry when the stock market takes a dive, and you see the value...


Hickman kicks off summer reading program in Rindge

06-18-2024 8:01 AM

Ingalls Memorial Library's Summer Reading Kickoff will feature the BJ Hickman Family Magic show. The event will take place on Tuesday, June 18, at 2 p.m. on the Rindge Common. In the  event of rain, the show moves to the Rindge Meeting House, 6 Payson...


Robert Putnam to speak at RiverMead in Peterborough

06-18-2024 8:00 AM

On Wednesday, June 19, at 5 p.m., “Bowling Alone” author Robert Putnam will speak on the impacts of reduced levels of involvement on the region’s and our country’s social fabric at a gathering organized by the Kiwanis Club of Peterborough at...


Cathedral of the Pines museum provides a look into history

06-17-2024 2:10 PM

By ASHLEY SAARI

Tucked under Cathedral of the Pines’ Hilltop House is a treasure trove of history and artifacts – telling the stories of the cathedral itself and highlighting some individual soldiers, including those with close ties to the cathedral or the local...


State Rep. John Hunt defends comments from hearing

06-17-2024 12:09 PM

By ASHLEY SAARI

New Hampshire state Rep. John Hunt said comments he made that people of “olive skin” tone should carry identification when near the border during a hearing earlier this month were general to anybody, though he went on to say that in hindsight, he...


BUSINESS – Calcite & Comfrey is rooted in personal story

06-17-2024 12:04 PM

By CAMERON CASHMAN

Deb Waldinger’s business, Calcite & Comfrey, started as a way for her to take greater control over her health through alternative, all-natural, locally sourced herbal body care products.What started as a personal project for the Antrim resident...


Local nonprofits have big day at NH Gives

06-17-2024 12:02 PM

By JESSECA TIMMONS

Monadnock region nonprofits benefited from the largest NH Gives event ever this year, with thousands of donors contributing to the 24-hour statewide online fundraising event sponsored by the New Hampshire Center for Nonprofits June 11 and...


PHOTOS: Pancakes with the Greenfield firefighters

06-16-2024 12:01 PM

The Greenfield Fire Association recently hosted the department’s annual pancake breakfast at Oak Park. Greenfielders came out for a breakfast buffet under the pavilion despite rain and cool temperatures.


Franklin Pierce University receives $1.75 million gift

06-15-2024 12:01 PM

Franklin Pierce University has received the largest philanthropic commitment in its history, a total of $1.75 million from trustee Frederick W. Pierce IV and his wife Christine Pierce. According to the university’s announcement, this commitment, which...


Grand Monadnock Rotary Club schedules Peterborough Cruz-in

06-15-2024 8:30 AM

The Grand Monadnock Rotary Club will hold the second Cruz-in of the season Sunday, June 16, at Depot Park in Peterborough.All classic and special-interest vehicles are welcome to this free public event. Setup begins at 8:30 a.m., and the show will go...


Gail Hoar: Words About Wilton – A recipe for success

06-14-2024 12:06 PM

Like many, during the four years between early 2020 and today, my husband and I rarely left our home for anything other than the mere essentials. One treat we allowed ourselves was to order takeout meals to avoid dining near crowds of unmasked...


Jarvis Coffin: Off the Highway – A sensitive time

06-14-2024 12:04 PM

It is a sensitive time right now, waiting to see which plants will emerge and do well this season, and which will not. My attention is primarily on our tomato babies (as we have been calling them). We started a dozen from seed in the kitchen window in...


HOUSE AND HOME: Terry Reeves and David Baum find their dream home in Peterborough

06-14-2024 12:03 PM

By JESSECA TIMMONS

The first thing most people notice when they drive by Terry Reeves’ and David Baum’s house on Cunningham Pond Road in Peterborough is the porch. The shingle-style home’s wide, screened-in porch overlooks the lake, promising summer afternoons in the...


PHOTOS: A fond farewell for Harriet Ford at Francestown Elementary School

06-14-2024 12:01 PM

Families recently gathered at Francestown Elementary School to celebrate Harriet Ford’s retirement after 37 years as the school’s administrative assistant. 


Rindge Conservation Commission schedules hike

06-14-2024 8:30 AM

Rindge Conservation Commission invites the public to celebrate Father’s Day with a pollinator hike on Sunday, June 16, at 1:30 p.m.The one-hour hike is free and open to everyone. Participants will learn about New Hampshire native pollinators at...


Dublin survey shows thoughts on schools

06-13-2024 2:17 PM

By CAMERON CASHMAN

Asked about the importance of Dublin remaining in the ConVal School District, early respondents to a survey given to parents of Dublin Consolidated School (DCS) and ConVal students about a week ago don’t consider it a high priority.Just under 22% of...


Addition approved to Monadnock Inn for innkeepers’ quarters

06-13-2024 1:02 PM

By ASHLEY SAARI

The new owners of the Monadnock Inn in Jaffrey have been approved to put an addition on the south side of the building for new innkeepers' quarters.Gene and Castine Clerkin recently entered into a purchase agreement with No Box Realty and owner Randy...


Jaffrey seeks advance on grant to knock down W.W. Cross building

06-13-2024 12:05 PM

By ASHLEY SAARI

The Town of Jaffrey has requested an advance on a $2 million federal grant, in hopes of kickstarting the process of tearing down the defunct W.W. Cross building, already heavily damaged by a major fire.The town has been granted $2 million from the...


PHOTOS: Rindge Conservation Commission keeps trails clear

06-13-2024 12:04 PM

The Rindge Conservation Commission held a workday on Saturday at Converse Meadow in Rindge, the second workday for the property this year.Crews cleared deadfall and treetops that sheared off during weather events over the winter and replaced trail...


Lilianne Tullio is the first local girl to make Eagle Scout

06-13-2024 12:02 PM

By ASHLEY SAARI

Lilianne “Lilly” Weibel Tullio of Jaffrey is the first girl to earn the rank of Eagle Scout in the Monadnock district, for her work in combating the loss of screech owl habitat through education and the construction of nesting boxes.Scouting America,...


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